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Heaven And Hell On Earth
この世の天国と地獄
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Artist: Hozumi Gōda
Lyrics: DY-T
Composer: DY-T
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No. of albums released on: 2

Heaven And Hell On Earth (この世の天国と地獄 Kono Yo no Tengoku to Jigoku) is an insert song that Ancient Rome sings to distract those attacking Italy in Episode 18. It is sung by Hozumi Gōda in the voice of Ancient Rome. In the English Dub, it is sung by Christopher R. Sabat. The song is derived from a poem printed at the beginning of Hetalia: Axis Powers Volume 2

LyricsEdit

この世の天国とは

コックはフランス人
警官はイギリス人
技師はドイツ人
銀行家はスイス人
恋人はイトゥアァリアァァァ人

ときたもんだぁ
ヒャッホ〜❤

この世の地獄とは

コックはイギリス人
警官はドイツ人
技師はフランス人
恋人はスイス人
銀行家はイタリアァァァ人〜〜〜!

Kono yo no Tengoku to wa

Kokku wa Furansujin
Keikan wa Igirisujin
Gishi wa Doitsujin
Ginkouka wa Suisujin
Koibito wa Itari~a~~jin

Tokitamonda
Hyahoo~~

Kono yo no Jigoku to wa

Kokku wa Igirisujin
Keikan wa Doitsujin
Gishi wa Furansujin
Koibito wa Suisujin
Ginkouka wa Itaria~~jin

On Earth Heaven can be like this-

The cooks are French
The police are British
The mechanics are German
The bankers are Swiss
And the lovers are Italian~

Something like that!
Yahoooo~

On Earth Hell can be like this-

The cooks are British
The police are German
The mechanics are French
The lovers are Swiss
And the bankers are Italian

Listen now as I tell what Heaven would be

Listen now as I tell what Heaven would be-
All the cooks would be the French
The policeman would all be British obviously
Engineers would be German
The bankers would be from Switzerland
And of course your lover would naturally be Italian

Yahoo~

Listen as I tell you what Hell would be-

To begin with all the cooks would be British
The police would all be German
And the engineering would fall to the French
Your lover would unfortunately be Swiss
And all bankers would be from~ Italy

AlbumEdit

This song was released on the album Hetalia: Axis Powers: Sound World on November 25, 2009, and a new rock version was later included in the film Hetalia:Axis Powers: Paint It, White and released on the CD Silver Screen Hetalia: Sound World on June 9, 2010.

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